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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SCN-TELEGBAM, TVEDXESDAT, JAXCARY 13, 1909.
'PALLADIUM AND SUN TBLEGRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CONTRACT TAKEI1 UP Attorney for Mrs. J. M. Gaar Takes Over Caldwell Mob'ey Instrument. DIE SEIT. ' ...The Market Place off the People... PEH! W01RID) Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisffiers of All advertisements must be Found Ads 2 times big wants are the in this office before EACH INSERTION. FREE ads below J 2 noon HO II FOR THE 1PI1E IF- INSOLVENCY IS CERTAIN WANTED. WANTED To do general house work by a girl 16 years old. Call at 29 South 5th St. "WANTED A place on farm by exper-C ienced hand, married man. Call 318 S. 5th. 13-2t WANTED Small colored girl who called at 20 N. 9th St., last week to do housework. Call again. ' WANTED Situation by practical nurse; call 1226 Sheridan. 12-3t WANTED Modern house, about six rooms; will buy or rent; address, "A. E." care Palladium. 12-2t WANTED Position By experienced lady stenographer; best of refer ence. Address A. B. C, care Pal ladium. 12-2t VvAWi'KD To buy a roll top desk. Address Desk care Palladium. 12-3t WANTBD Vou to have your shoe re palriag done at my place. First & Richmond Ave. Work called for and delivered. Phone 3010. 8-7t We will loan you money on Sewing Machines, Watches, Diamonds, Jew elry, etc. J. M. Lacey, over 3 N. 8th St. jan8-tf WANTED You to learn bookkeeping, short hand, typewriting and telegra phy awl all correlative subjects. " Richmond Business College. ' Term open Jan. 4th. 1-tf WANTED At Mrs. Hiser's Business LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Cerrell and Thompson Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York. Jan. 13. Open High Low Close L. A N. , . . . .122 122 122 122 Great Northern 142 142 141 142 Amalgamated Copper .. . 81 81 79 80 American Smelting 85 85 84 85 Northern Pacific 13S 138 138 138 U. 8. Steel ...... i. ...... V. ..51 52 57 52 U. 8. Steel pfd.. .. .112 112 112 112 Pennsylvania............. ..132 132 131 131 St. Paul .. .. .. .. 147 148 146 147 B. AO. , ..109 109 108 109 New York Central .... .. 125 127 125 127 Keadthg 4 . . 137 138 , 136 137 Canadian Pacific .. ............... ..175 175, 174 175 Union Pacific ..177 178 1.76 177 Atchison a .. .. .. .. .. 98 98 97 98 Southern Pacific. .......... .... .. ..117 117 116 117 Chicarjo. CHIOAOO GRAIN AND PROVISION! (3y CorrCll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton O.) Chicago, Jan. 13 Wheat Open High Low Close Jay ... 104 106 104 106 JftAy ... 86 87 95 9T : "'' Corn Open High Low Close Ojp ... tU 61 01 1 Wy .... 61 S 1 61 Oats. v Open High Low Close flay 61 61 51 51 UWyY..., 46 46 46 46 Indianapolis MarKet. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. HOGS. No. ' At. Dk. Price 12 ................. 226 160, $6.25 140M...... v. 252 720 6.25 63 .,..... 201 ... 6.20 $1 ....... 226 160 6.20 44 !!. 203 -, , ' 6.15 S3 . 226 .'.' 6.10 76 . 182 40 6.05 48 .... 187 6.00 71 207 160 6.00 67 .., 277 SO 6.95 3S ................. 167 80 5.90 53 148 .. 5.86 2 ................. 138 .. 5.80 89 ........ 164 320 5.80 82 ......V.V:..V;...., 148 , .. 6.75 65 142 SO 5.65 66 10S .. 5.50 24 75 .. ' 5.25. 13 30 .. 3.50 . INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Pest heavies . . .... . ,$6.00&$6.25 Good to choice.. .. ....-5.S5& 6.10 . i BEST STEERS. Finished steers G.507.23 43cod to choice steers . . . . 5.90 6.65 Choice to fancy yearlings.. 4.50 5.00 STOCK CATTLK. Good to heavy fleshy feed ers. ........... .... 5.00 5.23 Fair to good feeders . . . . 4.75$j; 5.00 Good to choice stockers . . C.OO(f 4) Common to fair heifers... 2.50(3 3.25 . r BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.35g 5.50 Good to choice heifers 3.75GJ 4.25 v :.;: SHEEP. ... Best yearlings.. .. 4.25 4.75 Good to choice sheep ..... 3.50 4.25 Spring lambs. 4.00& 7.65 VEAL CALVES. Good to fancy.. ,. . . ., 4.50 0.00 Fair to heavy.. 3.00 7.50 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Jan 13. Wheat, per bu, $1.05 Oats per' hu .. .. 51 Corn, per bu ...63 Clover. . . . . . .. .... .... . . $3.55 TOLEDO GRAIN. TToledo, Jan. 13. jKlieat per bu .$1.05 School, 33 S. 13th St., Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting stu dents. Phone 2177. Opens Jan. 4. 2S-tf WANTED 500 men tc learn barber trade and take positions waiting ouz graduates. Few weeks completes. Constant practice furnished. Schol arship includes tools. Instructions, demonstrations, examinations and diplomas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. novl-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Farm of 66 acres, one mile east of city on National Road. F. R. Spaulding. 9-7t FOR SALE Electric motor; two horsepower; good as new; bargain; Newbern's Carriage Shop, 4th and . North A. 9-7t FOR SALE Two refrigerators. City Restaurant. 13-2t FOR SALE Favorite heating stove and cook stove, 32 S. 14th St. It FOR SALE Farms of all sizes and descriptions from $50 to $150 per acre. Fitzgibbons, 9th & Main. 13-lt FOR SALE New Globe Hot Blast Heater, reason for selling, have put in Mogul Furnace. 407 Pearl street. 13-7t FOR SALE 100 cords stove wood. David Hanagan, Centerville, Route Corn, per bu . . . . Oats per bu . . . . Clover per bu.... . ..62 . ..52 . $5.57 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, Jan. 13. Cattle Receipts light; extras $6.75. Prime, $6.50. Veals, $9.50. Hogs Receipts, 30 loads. Heavies, $6.40. Medium, $6.35. Sheeps Receipts light, $5.73 Lambs, $8.00 . EAST BUFFALO. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 13. Cattle, re ceipts 50 loads, 'steady. Veals, re ceipts 30 loads, $10.25. Sheep, re ceipts 8,000 loads, $5.35. Lambs $8.00. Hogs, receipts 7,000, loads, $6.25. Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (haled) $11 to $12 New Timothy hay (loose) . .$11 to $12 Clover hay, loose . $10.00 Mixed hay $10.00 Straw (per ton) $5.00 to $5.50 Oats, per bu 50c New Corn .... C5c Richmond. vf- CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $5.50$5.75 Good to heavy packers . . . 5.00 5.50 Common and rough . . . . 4 .50 5.00 Steers, corn fed ..... . . , . 4.50 5.00 Heifers .................. 3.50 4.00 Fat cows 3.00 3.75 Bulls . . . . 3.00 3.50 Calves . 6.00 6.50 Lambs . 5.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens dressed, per lb ...14c Old chickens, per lb.. ..12 to 14c Turkeys, per lb .18 to 20c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb .34c Country butter, per lb 25c Eggs 25c i Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wheat (per bu.) '.....$1.05 Corn, (per bu) ..65c Rye (per bu.) ..75c Bran, (per ton) $24.00 Middlings (per ton) .......... $27.00 Clover Seed, per bu .. .. .. ..$4.25 Richmond Seed Market. . (Runse ft Co.) " Timothy, per bu. ........ $L50$l.Sd Clover Seed . . .'. . $4.00 flodol LrS?2rr; palpka'iea oi the heart. Digests what yon sex. 12, Centerville Phone 5D. jan9-2wks FOR SALE Good davenport and splendid upright piano, nearly new, bargain if sold at once; 206 N. 18th. Phone 103.2. 7-7t FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE City real estate. Porter field, Kelly Block. 28-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished and unfur nished front rooms; bath and heat; 120 South 16th. 7-7t FOR RENT Have several houses to rent from $10 up. Fitzgibbons, 9th and Main 13-lt FOR RENT 7 room house, bath and all modern conveniences: call phone 1572. 7-7t FOR RENT- Furnished rooms, heat and bath, for gents, at the Grand. oct28-ti LAUNDRY. We can help make you happy hon estly we can. Richmond Rteam Laundry, AUCTIONEER. H. H. JONES, Auctioneer. I have lots' CENTERVILLE. GRAIN. (Furnished by Fred Schllentz & Sons) Wheat, No. 2, per bu $1.03 Corn, No. 2, per bu 60c Oats, No. 3 45c Rye, No. 2 70c Clover Seed, recleaned $4.75-15.00 No. 1, Timothy, baled, per ton $10.00 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by II. L. Johnston.) Turkeys 10c Ducks 6c Geese 5c Eggs 7c Country butter 25c Young chickens .......7c Old chickens 7e Country Bacon 10llc Potatoes .75c CAMBRIDGE CITY. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg) Wheat, No. 2, per bu $1.03 Corn, new, per bu 60c Oats 45c Rye ..70c Clover Seed, recleaned.. ,$4.50$5.00 No. 1 Timothy, per ton $10.00$11.00 No. 1 Timothy and clover hay, mixed $9.00 $10.00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.) Country Butter .18c Eggs, per doz ,26c Old chickens, per lb 8c Young chickens, per lb. ....8c Turkeys, per lb 12c Ducks, per lb 6c Geese, per lb 5c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by Harmai; Bros.) Butcher steers .. .. .. .. $5.00 Good to choice $3.50 Heifers $3.25 4.00 Veal calves 5.00 6.50 Hogs , . 3.2a Roughs t.PQ 5.50 Sheep 1.50 3.00 Lambs 3.00 4.50 Pigs 5.00Q 5.50 NEW PARIS, OHIO. GRAIN. (Furnished by G. W. ft I. R. Richards) Wheat $1.02 Corn 60c Oats 45c Rye .." 70c Prime Red Clover Seed .. .. ..$4.50 Alslke $7.50 IJVE STOCK. (Furnished by J. Jarrett.) Butcher Steers $3.50 $4.00 Good to Choice Cows .. 2.50 3.00 Heifers 2.25 3.75 Hogs 3.50 5.50 Roughs 4.00 5.00 Sheep 2.50 Lambs 4.00 GREENSF0RK. GRAIN. (Furnished by D. W. Harris ft Co.) Wheat .., 9Sc Corn 57c Oats 45c Rye .70c Clover Seed, No. 2 $4.00 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by D. W. Harris ft Co. Country butter, per lb. iSc Eggs, per doz .30c Old Chickens, per lb. 7c Old Roosters per lb 3c Turkeys, per lb 10c Young chickens, per lb. .7c Ducks, per lb "c Geese, per lb. 5c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by D. V. Harris.) Butcher steers $4.00$5.00 Good to choice cows .4... 3.00 3.75 Heifers . . . . . . . . 3.00 4.00 Veal calves...... .. ..... 5.00 6.00 Hogs .. .. t 4.50 5.50 Roughs 4.00 4JS0 Sheep 3.00 3.50 Lambs .. .. ... "......... 5.00 5.00 Boa:'-"' V"'; :.-?'.";'. :';.""; -.V"'-" Just mad MM MliflWt hLamita titrt sal WANT AD LETT The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: A. E 1 B ...4 B. B 1 B. T 2 C 3 D 1 G. L. 1 K 1 M 3 Loau 2 R. C. B 1 X. L 1 Z 1 Mail will be kept for 30 days only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out. of sales booked for spring. If you are going to have a sale of any kind, I would like to do your work. Sat isfaction guaranteed. Office Shur ley's Barn. Uec24-tf MOVING VANS. Phone 425S calls the large Enipir Moving Vans with sober, reliable and experienced white men only. Al. Wlntersteen. 30 N. 6th St. 11-tf FOUNTAIN CITY. (Furnished by R. A. Benton) Butcher Steers .$4.OiXg$5.00 Good to choice cows o.00!( 4.00 Heifers :.. 4.00 4.50 Veal calves 4.50 7.00 Hogs .. .. 4.50 5.50 Roughs 3.50 5.25 Sheep 3.00 3.25 Lambs 4.00 5.50 GRAIN. (Furnished by Harris & Jarrett) Wheat'.. .. .. .. .; .. 96c Corn, per cwt 80c Oats 43c Rye 65c. Prime clover seed $4.00 HAGERST0WN. PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by Ed" Porter & Fon.) Country butter . . ..22c Eggs .25c Young Chickens. 10c Old Chickens 10c Turkeys 13c Ducks. 7c Geese .6c Capons ! 14e GRAIN. (Furnished by Clark Bros.) Wheat $1.00 Corn 57c Oats 45c Rye 70 Bran, per ton ................ $25.00 Middlings $27.00 MILTON. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. W. Brum n Id ft Co.) Wheat, No. 2.. $1.03 Wheat, No. 3 $1.00 Corn. . . . . . . . ,62c Oats 47a Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 C. Corn, per cwt $2.00 Bread Meal : $40.00 PRODUCE AND SEED3. (Furnished by F. M. Jones & Co.) Country butter 23c Creamery butter 30c Eggs 25c Potatoes, per bu. 75c English Clover Seed, per bu., . . . .$4.60 Little Red Clover Seed, per bu., .$4.00 Power of Ha&t Strong. "The habit of looking under the bed for burglars," the young woman, said, "is something that folks laugh at. but I have never been able to get myself out of it. I never feel perfectly com fortable unless I look, no matter where I happen to be. To my mind there isn't any place except a safe deposit vault burglars are unlikely to be. In fact, the habit is so strongly ingrained in me that one night when I was stay ing In a small country hotel, where there was nothing but a folding bed in the room. I took It down and then looked under It before I got into bed. That's a fact. I laughed at myself the minute after." Detroit Free Press. Leaden tn White. After a few visits to the White City one feels rather desirous of white washing the whole of London. Why not? White Is an admirable back ground for color. Our blue sky be comes bluer and our gray sky looks more beautiful behind it while a gold en sky makes white buildings delight ful. If we could only make the whole city white, to begin with, and then gradually and sparingly color, what a beautiful city London would be! Brit ish Architect. i Keeping Up to Date. Tea," said the housewife; "yours Is a sad story. But It isn't the same story you told last year. -Well, lady." answered Plodding; Pete, "you surely wouldn't expect a man to go all dat time an not show any Improvement" Washington Star. Ace its. In the midst of a rambling speech the political orator declared. The sit uation is grave: the crisis is acute." "And the geatiemu's speech." added the) newspaper reporter,, "was ta."-Yjtfcg. ED8 USTI MISCELLANEOUS. A BARGAIN 77 acres of good land, with good improvements, to trade for city property. Fitzgibbons. 9th & Main. 13-lt 25 on your money Invested in a Poultry Plant near Richmond. Ad dress Poultryman. care Palladium. FOUNDFiirs on North Ustieei, St? tween 9t.h and 10th street. Owner can call at 100 South ltith. l3-3t LOST Child's muff on North A street between 10th and 13th. Call phone 2343. 13-lt FREE. Booklei ou Fruit Growing and Truck Farming in Smith County, Texas. Write Herndon Real Estite & Investment Co.. Tyler. Smith County, Texas. lC-2St FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Doan & Klute New Headquarters, 1106 Main. Phone 4223. Removed from 14 S. Sth St. 5-tf DOWNING & SON. If N. Sth. Phone 58176. augl-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. 81. Russell Removed to 16 S. 7th from 14 S. 7th. Phone 1793. 6-tf See Holthouse for Upholstering, Woman Who Surrendered Bank Swindler Runyon Iff &vV4 Y ill ,-,iv-r:?4 I III -f ;:A 1 'T 2 MRS. LAURA M. CARTER. This is Mrs. Laura M. Carter of New York, thte woman who surrendered Chester B. Runyon, the paying teller of the Windsor Trust Company, who stole about $60,000 from that institu tion in 1907. Mrs. Carter again comes into prominence because she is suing for the reward of $2,500 that was of fered for" Runj'on's apprehension. After packing about $90,000 of the bank's money into a suit case, Runyon- went to the woman's fiat in a fashionable apartment house and re mained in seclusion for a couple of weeks when a quarrel arose between the two regarding money, the woman demanding a larger amount than Run yon appeared willing to part with. Mrs. Carter left the apartment and soon returned with detectives who placed Runyon under arrest and toted the suit case along. Mrs. Carter has encountered diffi culty in her attempts to collect the $2,500 reward for his captorre, hence the legal proceedings recently com menced. The acquaintance between Runyon and Laura had been of but short dur ation and was the result of a chance meeting on Broadway when the pay ing teller was attracted by Mrs. Car ter's striking beauty. "Ton's got to put a certain amount dependence on yohsef." said Uncle Ebea. "De man dat goes aroun look in tea too much advice is liable to nd hi if In de position of de gem man dat glt so Interested readln de time table dat he misses his train. Washington Star. POU.T-. L 1 SI M r m lis-' -A Ur Z t LJ -tf PLUMBING. HEATING AND LIGHTING. Just call 1236, MEERHOFF will re pair your Plumbing, Hcatini? ami IJghting. tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned. Low rates. Easy payments. Thompson. 710 Main St. 7 7t His Kick. Mr. llolesale So old Fepperpot had a kick coniiug on that last bill of goods, eh? Wouldu't that make you sore? Mr. Litewate (the salesman -It did me, sir. He kicked me out. Kan sas City Independent. An Odd Coincidence. "Do you know that nature and schol arship both agree on one thing?" "What is that?" "In the fall both begin to turn the leaves." Baltimore American. A straight line Is the shortest la morals as In mathematics. Edge worth. "What's in here?" asked the tourist. "Remains to be seen." responded the guide as he led the wsy Into the mum my room. S- ,1 I 0 1 'i' f" listens ran HOW During the Past Week Local Rain Fail Amounted to .32 of an Inch. WERE FIVE CLOUDY DAYS The meteorological survey made by Observer Walter Vossler at the pump ing station east of the city shows that there was .32 inches of rain during the past m eek. The - number of cloudy days was five, while the remaining two days were classed as partly cloudy. The daily temperature is as follows: High. Low Sunday 5 3 Monday . 51 40 Tuesday 52 40 Wednesday 40 10 Thusrday 20 Friday 20 11 Saturday 38 28 GIVES VERDICT. Coroner Bramkamp has announced that his verdict in the suicide of Hen ry E. Robinson would be death by gunshot. He will not assign any rea son for the deed nor will he declare in his verdict that it his belief, as sub stantiated by the evidence, that Mr. Robinson's act was premeditated. Mr. Robinson shot himself Sunday evening at his residence 407 North Tenth street. , CAMPFIELD WORKING. E. M. Camp field is having a certi fied copy made of the court proceed ings in the case of the Poeple's Loan and Trust company of Winchester against himself as owner of the Colon ial building. He Is making an effort to borrow money to pay off the claim of the plaintiff. County Clerk Harry K. Penny., and his assistant Miss Ad dlson Peel have Torod the Job a very Phone 4367. 124 S. 6th St. A ? large) . . The contract of the Caldwell-Mob-Vey company for the erection of a resi dence property for Mrs. J. M. Gaar on North Tenth street has been taken over by counsel for Mrs. Gaar. The latter declared today there Is no doubt of the insolvency of the firm of con- i tractors. The Metropolitan Surety company of New York, which bonded Caldwell & Mohley has been declared insolvent, alio. Mrs. Gaar will place her property In the hands of other aud it will he completed without fur ther delay. NECKLACE CASE ENDS 1 Famous, Contest Over Leeds Jewels Closed by the. Supreme Court. GOVERNMENT IS DEFEATED New York, Jan. 13. The famous Leeds pearl necklace rase was settled today when the court of appeals re versed the circuit court's decision and affirmed the appraisers aftsena nient of ten per -cent import duly. The necklace Is said to-be valued at a quarter of a million and was purchas ed In Paris by Mr. Leeds for his wife. The government wanted the assess ment made sixty per cent while 'the board of appraisers insisted that ten percent was correct. , MILES GOODWIN OIESAT OXFOflO 1 Young New Castle Man Was Popular in This City. Miles M. Goodwin, one of the best known young men of New Castle died Monday night at a private sanitarium at Oxford. O. The young man's sight began to fail about nine years ago and he suffered a nervous disorder as the result. Goodwin was known to a number of local residents. CITY STATISTICS. Deaths and Funerals. EDMONDSON John F. Edmondsoa. aged 84 years and 7 months, died this morning at the residence of his daugh ter Mrs. Lizzie Harris. 804 North I street. He was an old soldier and one of the best known citizens In that community. He is survived by two sons. Ernest Edmondson of Califor nia and Frank Edmondson of Cam den, O., and one daughter,. Mrs. Liz zie Harris of this city. He was a member of North A Street Friends church. The funeral arrangemdBU will be announced later. ' Births. . Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins.. 7S South Seventh street, girl, second child. . Mr. ' and . Mrs. .. Jesse Tearyean. North West Flnt street; boy. first child. Terre Uzzlt, trflrr fi Extern TrccCra Co. (Time Table) Effective Oct. ?. XMT.l Trains leave Richmond fur Indian apolis and Intermediate) etatioaa at C:00 a. nu 7:2S. t:v0. :. 1:M. -.1:00. 12:00. 1:09, 2:21. 3:M. 4:t. 5:35. 6:00. 7:20. 1:40. :09. 10:09. 11:10. . . Limited train. Last car to Indianapolis. 0:40 p. m. Last car to New Cattle. 10:00 p. m. Trains connect at Indianapolis tot Lafayette, Trankf ort, Crawfordsvfite. Terrs Haute, Clinton. SuHlvaa, Paris fjMs TW-jr r'j throitrh Going South To Florida? The C. C. fi L n. R. Offers Very Low Round Trip Retee During the Winter Geason to Jacksonville. Fla. $3CJS De Land. Fla. .$42.1$ Melbourne. Fla. . . $44.CS Oilando, Fla. $UM Palm Beach. Fla ....964 Pensacola, Fla.? ...... ...$29M New Orleans, La. ........ $3L50 Winter Tourist Tickets good for return until June 1st, 1909. -' - ''4-, . Round Trin Home Seekers' Tickets (21 day limit) on sate 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each ' month, to the South. East and ! ', .North East. - i-- ' ' :' - - - For particulars call on C. A. BLAIR. Pass. Ticket Agent. Home Tel 2062. Richmond, Ind.